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Category Archives: Organizational Health
Have you thought about Taking Your Strengths to the Next Level? Here’s a thought from Strengths-Guru, Marcus Buckingham: When most people hear the word “coach,” chances are they think of a middle-aged guy with a whistle around his neck barking orders … Continue reading
Relationships are hard work! Yes, the synergy of more than one is exponential and the camaraderie of many is fulfilling. However, the ying to all of that positive yang is the challenge of being in relationship with people. It’s more … Continue reading
A Fable Joyce comes to work on time and for the most part completes her tasks according to spec. She seems willing to do a little extra and seems to smile but you just sense there is something more. You … Continue reading
Whether or not you have any interest in studying organizational and behavioral theory most of us find ourselves in the midst of workplace situations that at times annoys us enough to spike our blood pressure, leads us to gossip, or … Continue reading
It was a relaxing day by the pool Sunday afternoon which afforded me time to get caught up on reading past issues of FastCompany. The article Watch the Game Film (June, 2010) caught my eye, in part because the authors … Continue reading
Have you ever checked out the discount tables at Barnes and Noble? A while back I noticed Working With You is Killing Me: Freeing Yourself from Emotional Traps at Work. Since picking it up I’ve not only been intrigued by it, but also … Continue reading
A sales professional was telling me recently about her work environment which was fast becoming negative because of restructuring due to the economy. Searching for ways to explain what happened she said, “Before we were open – sharing, conversing, bouncing … Continue reading